Freshman year is going well so far. I'm doing really good in all my classes.
I changed my major from engineering to something more medical so that it can better prepare me for med school (should I get accepted).
I'm thinking about taking National Registry. I passed EMT-B last year, and got certified, but AL requires passing NR to be licensed. And I genuinely want to - it would be 'finishing' my EMT class' journey.
Other than that, things are going mostly good. I'm just busy. I'm always doing homework, but that's expected.
I'm planning on taking four classes this summer at the community college back home, so that I'm caught up from the two classes (that I should've already taken/be currently taking) for the four-year graduation plan for this major. The other two classes are so that I can flip-flop classes around so that I'm prepared to take the MCAT between my junior and senior year, with low(er) hours for the entirety of the four-year plan.
I also plan on volunteering at the local hospital (coincidentally very close to the community college) this summer. I'd like to volunteer in the emergency department, since that's what I'm most familiar with. It also gives me a greater chance (theoretically) at observing doctors and doctor-patient interaction, which helps with the pre-med thing.
I took up knitting again my sophomore year of high school, but I've really gotten into it lately. It's become my stress reliever from college...when I have the time. I plan to do some more of it this summer.
Housing for next year should open up soon, and I'm really excited to apply. I miss being able to use an oven so much. My body is tired of frozen food. I'm ready for some variety.
uhhh but yeah. Adulting. And voting. And buying groceries (that are for 2 weeks, not just odds-and-ends for one meal)!